New on Harlem Shuffle Records

THE OTHER HALF Mr Pharmacist /I've Come So Far 1966

7" vinyl 45 RPM high quality reissue on Harlem Shuffle Records.

On sale from the 06th of November 2019.

Mad  American Garage/Ryhtmin Blues double sider from 1966. Cult!

 

NORA DEAN Peace Begins Within/Ay Ay Ay Ay

7" vinyl 45 RPM high quality reissue on Harlem Shuffle Records.

Initially on sale from the 06th of November 2019, this Nora Dean's single became an instant hit and sold out in less than a week. It showed as number 1 besteller on Juno.co.uk and as most popular single in Japan on the  Dub Store  website for many weeks.

Later on, the single showed at number 8 bestsellers in Discogs ' November 2019 edition, the only reggae song to make it on the list!

THE UPSETTERS/DAVE BARKER & THE UPSETTERS Popcorn/Tight Spot

7" vinyl 45 RPM high quality reissue on Harlem Shuffle Records.

On sale from 10th of March 2020. The first release in our REGGAE LOUD CUT serie, this double killers' single is already fully booked by top resellers.  It is slatted to go very fast, faster even than the Nora Dean single!!! Do not sleep on it.

7" vinyl 45 RPM high quality reissue on Harlem Shuffle Records.

On sale from 21st of May 2020.

Awesome Reggae anthem right next to the likes of 54-46 WAS MY NUMBER or MOON HOP and yet it has never been repressed on 7’ vinyl, until NOW!

7" vinyl 45 RPM - first issue on 7" vinyl on Harlem Shuffle Records.

On sale from July 15, 2020

For the first time on 7" vinyl,  two rocking early Reggae killers from the King of Rocksteady!

"Pumping In" 1970, is a rockin Rocsteady gem that has been badly overlooked up to now.

"Knock On Wood", 1972  (Joe Gibbs version), boasts some superb Hammond organ sounds and a defiantly dub-wise reggae riddim.  Essential!

7" vinyl 45 RPM high quality reissue on Harlem Shuffle Records.

RECORD STORE DAY EXCLUSIVE August 29, 2020

Harlem Shuffle Records proudly presents Roy Redmond's "Ain't That Terrible". This  rare dance gem is pure underground Northern Soul at its absolute best.

To be played often and... loud. Keep the faith.